Llewellyn not getting carried away just yet
8th December 2014
Chris Llewellyn hailed the table-topping Under-21s but insists the squad are not getting carried away with their recent form.
The young Swans made it four wins in a row on Monday following a 2-0 victory over Colchester at Landore.
A goal in each half from James Loveridge and Henry Jones sealed the points and extended the Under-21s' unbeaten run to nine matches.
The win also saw Swansea return to the top of Development League Two South on goal difference - with Queens Park Rangers and Cardiff their nearest challengers.
"We are not getting too carried away," said Llewellyn. "It's nice to be top but we are always striving for more.
"I think we need better performances overall because if we do have aspirations of finishing in the top two to reach the play-offs then we need to improve over 90 minutes.
"The consistency is there in terms of the results but there are too many peaks and troughs in our performances.
"In the first half we enjoyed long spells of possession without really creating a lot of chances, but the one chance we did create we scored from.
"They made it hard for us and counter attacked when we made mistakes. We were worthy winners but it has also taken a fine save from our goalkeeper for us to get the victory."